Seven Stars
Seven Stars


One of Derby’s best-known pubs, the original building dates from 1680, but with an earlier foundation. The exact date that it started to operate as a pub is uncertain as is the date when it became known as the Seven Stars. It remains little changed to this day.

When the old porcelain works used to stand nearby, customers were supplied with china tankards instead of glasses to drink the beer. Following the closure of the works in 1935, there are no tankards left today, many were taken as souvenirs, and others were broken.


On King Street, facing St Helen’s House.